MINOT — Despite his team being incredibly undersized, LaMoure-Litchville-Marion boys basketball coach Darren Thielges refused to play zone against Dickinson Trinity in the opening round of the Class B state tournament.
Coming into his season, Jacob Good had limited playing time at the varsity level and Dickinson Trinity head coach Gregg Grinsteinner tagged him as the team’s “wild card.” Good gladly took on that title.
“Not tonight.” Those were the final words Dickinson Trinity head coach Gregg Grinsteinner presented to his players before taking the court in front of an overflow crowd estimated to be near 2,500 fans for the Region 7 championship game.
Inside out. It’s the game plan Dickinson Trinity head boys basketball coach Gregg Grinsteinner has been preaching to his team all season. In order for the Titans to be successful, the coach feels they must go to their post players early to open up the perimeter game.
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